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New Brownie Crunch Cereal Giveaway!!

You all know how much I LOVE brownies and now thanks to  General Mills I can now have brownies for BREAKFAST!!  My kids are so thrilled!! The whole family is in love.  We have been eating them at breakfast and for snacks!!

With the delicious taste of brownies “baked” into every bowl, Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch is a delicious chocolate-y cereal ready to be enjoyed for breakfast or as a satisfying snack on the go. You will be sure to get some brownie points as your family’s taste buds delight in the perfect balance of whole grain goodness and delicious chocolate flavor in every bite.

Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch has at least 8 grams of whole grain (48 grams recommended daily) and a good source of calcium and Vitamin D in every serving. For chocolate lovers everywhere, Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch is sure to become a choco-licious go-to! :
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Now for the fun part.  One lucky reader will win:
One box of the new Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch cereal, two cereal on-the-go containers and, a fun Cocoa Puffs frisbee .
It is an incredible prize package!!
To enter be a follower of One Crazy Cookie and leave me a comment telling me when you would eat Brownie Crunch Cereal.
For additional entries blog about the giveaway and leave me the link.
Winner will be drawn by random number generator on June 23, 2011.
Are you Cuckoo for Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch??

The Cocoa Puffs Brownie Crunch product, information, and giveaway have been provided by General Mills through MyBlogSpark.” All opinions are my own.


  1. I would eat it for breakfast or a snack. YUM!
    kathy f
    mknkids at yahoo dot com

  2. I would definitely go for some of this! Why? Chocolate for breakfast!!! Need I say more?

  3. Holy smokes! Brownie Crunch CEREAL??? I'm all over it! We LOVE cereal (as I've said before). I would eat this for breakfast and lunch and even dinner if my kids weren't watching =o)

    Oh yeah, and I'm a follower!

  4. I am a follower and this would be a great treat anytime I have a chocolate craving. It would be sure to be eaten in the AM for breakfast though.
    msgb245 at gmail dot com

  5. I think it would be a fun snack!!

  6. ooh, that sounds so good. I would probably eat it at night before I go to bed, because that tends to be when I eat cereal and if i eat it after the girls go to bed, I don't have to share. :)

  7. Your excitement for this cereal jumps right through the screen, Tiffanee.

    I don't usually enter give-aways, however, the grand kids are coming for a visit all the way from Idaho in just three weeks and I have a feeling they would be just as excited to try them! So I guess, in answer to your question, I would enjoy them when the kids come, as long as they are willing to share:)

  8. Oh goodness the boys would love this for breakfast.

  9. When wouldn't I eat this cereal?! I could seriously eat it for any meal/snack of the day, but I think it would be especially delicious right before bed. =) I don't know why, but cereal is the best at bedtime (i know, opposite of normal people, but i've never claimed to be normal =) )

  10. I just tried a sample of this at Walmart the other day. It was awesome, my kids nabbed most of it. They LOVE chocolate cereal! Well, who wouldn't!

  11. Thanks for the giveaway! I would definitely eat this as a fun snack. I don't like soggy cereal, so this would be good to eat dry with a glass of milk on the side - just like real brownies. :-)


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